Eddie Shore and that old-time hockey

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by
McClelland & Stewart Ltd. , Plattsburgh, NY
Biography, Hockey pl
StatementC. Michael Hiam
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV848.5.S56 H53 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination329 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25211039M
ISBN 139780771041273
LC Control Number2010923470

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“Hiam's book Eddie Shore and that Old-Time Hockey is full of little stories like that, making his Shore biography a fun adventure. It was a different time with some crazy characters, and Hiam tries his best to bring it all back to life.” — Joe Pelletier’s Hockey Book (16). Though Eddie Shore and That Old Time Hockey, falls short in providing a truly comprehensive portrayal of a hockey legend, it does succeed in bringing Eddie Shore more firmly into public.

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Michael Hiam’s new biography of Saskatchewan-born bruiser Eddie Shore should serve as a healthy corrective. Eddie Shore and That Old Time Hockey is definitely for a more advanced reader, and there is a great deal of description that Mr. Hiam put into the book about the vast amount of injuries that the old-time players suffered at the hands of one another.

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He could dish it out like few others, but he could take it as well, suffering by one count more than 80 injuries, including concussions and stitches in his long career.

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Emerging from the Canadian prairie to become a member of. Eddie Shore, on whom Crusie focuses for two separate chapters, had a much greater impact on the NHL as a minor league owner than he ever did as a player. The book goes into great detail about the ‘player rebellion’ led by Ted Lindsay of the Detroit Red Wings and Doug Harvey of the Montreal Canadiens.

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In his book, “Eddie Shore and That Old Time Hockey,” author C. Michael Hiam wrote that Shore invested his entire life savings and mortgaged his Alberta farm to. Player/Owner Eddie Shore. Eddie Shore purchased the Indians in shortly after retiring from a violent Hall-of-Fame career with the NHL’s Boston Bruins.

The year old installed himself as player-owner with Springfield for the season. But an injury-depleted Bruins team soon made an offer for Shore to return to the NHL. The Toughest Players in NHL History. Slapshot needed one player to personify "old-time hockey," the man they chose was Eddie Shore.

career offensive mark in the NHL record : Brad Kurtzberg.